Tailor-made CDOs for all

Commoditising CDOs


Customisation has always been a feature of synthetic collateralised debt obligations (CDOs). Bespoke transactions – where the bank or provider custom-makes features, such as portfolio composition, maturity, credit rating, size, subordination and currency denomination of the notes to suit one investor or a small group of investors – have been highly popular over the past few years.

Even traditional synthetic CDOs – those with various tranches sold across the capital structure – were generally

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